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THE CH
E TIME
$1.00 per Year.
Friday, March 6, 1897-CHANUTE, KANSAS-Friday, 'March 6, 1897.
VOL. XXV, No. 24.
AN
CORRESPONDENCE.
News From the Seats
Neosho and Wilson
Counties.
of
Items from Other Points of Int
erest Tributary to Chanute.
Tuesday, March 2nd, 1897. J. E.
1 Bell, clerk of court went to St. Paul
on business, Wednesday.
C. E. Allison, editor of the Sentinel
i left Monday for the "pen." '
if 1 J. M. Allen, banker, Is attending
y -f legislature at Topeka this week.
Miss Anna Denison returned home
after two week's visit in Parsons.
Mr and Mrs. O. Denions entertained
the Croklnole Club at their home Frl
day evening.
. F. S. Wilson, the clothier, was visit
Inn with relatives in McCune the first
of the week.
D. E. McClelland of Chanute, was
in the city Thursday looking after
legal business.
W. F. Henderson, of the firm of W
F. Henderson & Co.. went up to Ft.
Scott Sunday to serve on the Grand
" Jury in the U. S. court.
Misses Rosa and Edith Green, the
former who is teaching school atStark
and the latter at Thayer, spent Sun
day with their father J. M. Green.
D. Bloomheart. Chas. Bloomheart
Mary Bloomheart, Grant Jlerod, B. M
Smith, Geo. II. White, B. F. Shinn and
C. A. Cox were looking after business
, matters in the probate court Thursday
last.
William Swift of St. Paul was ar
ranged before Justice Spoonenberger
Monday evening charged with enibez'
' ellment, by Johnson & Kyle. He gave
bond and his preliminary is 9et for
Thursday.
Misses Lizzie LaBar and Jennie liar
baueh. the former stenographer for
Foley Railway Printing company, and
"Jihe latter attending the business col
lie of Parsons, spent Sunday with
. their respective parents in this city,
i The stock of hardware owned by A
G. Bardwell was taken charge of by
Allen & Allen last Wednesday to
satisfy a chattel mortgage amounting
' to $2300. J. F. & Clay Allen are man
aging affairs. Mrs. Mary D. Bardwell
also holds a chattel mortgage in the
sum of $3000.
The case of Malley and Johnson vs,
Kelsey and McKay.inwhich theplain-
tiffs claimed that they had deeded a
certain store room containing a stock
of goods situated in Kimball, to the
defendants with the understanding
that they was to deed it back at their
purchase price at a certain time, and
failing t6 execute the contract, the
plaintiffs ask the court to take charge
of. the stock until they could have a
final hearing, and in which the defen
dants claim that they are the lawful
owners of said store and stock of goods
claimed therein, came up Friday be
fore Judge Stillwell at chambers.
The same was taken under advisement
until Saturday when the following
opinion was given: That the court
would not appoint a receiver of the
stock, but would require the defen
dants to give bond until final hearing.
MARRIAGE LICENSE.
J.Sjfr. Weddle Stark, 27,
MIeJ. Bost, " 23.
I. D.Boschert Chanute, 36,
Ella Huev " 23.
Shephen McLaren Vilas, 20,
Dora Rowand Chanute, 20.
NEW CASES.
J. E. N. Tharp vs. A. W. Ashcraft,
i Lucy A. Ashcraft and Marion Cook,
action brought on a promissory note
amounting to $350.
Inter-State Mortgage Trust Co., vs,
' Joseph McAlister et al, lorclosure;
'A Consideration $160.
' 1 -w -r TT TV . ,. flnnla PlIP.
ft iiarry xi. r uiKuauu, o. """'" u
.. guson. Action brought by plaintiff
j asking for a divorce on the grounds of
cruelty, neglect of duty, abandonment
etc.
Sarah A. Welch, vs. Supreme Lodge
of Patriarchs of America. Action
brought asking for the payment of a
certain Beneficiary Certificate; plain
tiff claiming the same having became
due upon the death of her son C. O.
Welch about fourteen months past.
Carrie Ritz, vs. Edmund Ritz. Ac-
i tlon for divorce brought by plaintiff on
i the grounds of neglect of duty, aban-
donment, etc., also asks for the care
' and custody of child.
The Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry.
j Co., vs. C. F. Prange, sheriffet al. Ac-
ti brought asking for a temporary
refraining order restraining Neosho
couotyfroni collecting certain taxes-alleged
tobelllegal. The same wi s niau
ted at chambers. Tapers tiled for a
permanent Injunction.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Gibson II. Erabry and wife to Ernest
II. Embrv. wd. ni sel and nt swi 2 29
18, $1.
Joel Winans to Johnson & Kyle, wd
pt lot 5, 2 28 18, and pt lot 4, 11 28 18
$5000.
Joel Winans to Johnson & Kyle, qcd
nwi swi and swi nwi and lots 6 and 7
1 29 19 $1500.
W. W. Work and wife to Louis R,
Kyle, wd lot 3 blk 26, Erie $25.
R. N. Allen and wife to Thomas In
man, wd lots 2 and 11, Truitt's sub-dl
vision blk 4, Truitt's 3rd add to Cha-
nute $200.
Chas. F. Rabe to Clarence R. Clark
wd nei, 16 27 21 $4500.
A. G. Bardwell to Mary D. Bardwell
qcd nei, 6 27 19 $1 .
F. M. Hill to Nancy J. Hill, wd si
swi 7 29 18 $50.
Alexander B. Williams and wife to
Jas. W. Meredith, wd nwi except e 10
acres si 24 29 19 $3000.
J. P, Young to J. n. Ross, wd lot 12
blk 4 Park Place 2nd add to Chanute
$75.
Hannah C. Dever to R. N. Allen, wd
lot 11, Truitt's sub-division blk
Truitt's 3rd add to Chanute $90.
Andrew J. Orner and wife to Alex
Peddle, wd ei sei and ei wi sei, 10 29
19 $1.
Abigail J. Brockman and hus. to
Hiram L. Welch, wd nwi nwi 6 30 18
$750.
A. G. Snover and wife to MaryAxtell,
wd lots 13 and 14, block 40, Snover's
add to Thayer $800
Orimel Lanpheare to Leidigh &
Huston, wd lots 13 and 14 block 40
Snoover's addition to Thayer, $214.
Michael L. Dillon to Thos. A. Dil
Ion, wd undivided i ei sei nwi and si
lot 7, 1 30 20 and wi lots 9 and 10 in nw
i 6 30 21, $2,000.
Thos. A. Dillon to Michael L. Dil
lon, wd uni wi sei nwi and ni lot 7 1 30
20 and ei lots 9 and 10 in nwi 6 30 21,
$2,000.
Levi C. Tener and wife to Chas. Mil
ler, wd nwi 29 27 21, $2,400.
C. W. Hutchison and wife to Philip
rltlio rn Info in nnA OA V,lrvb- 17 Tl-
oga, $l.
Sadie Y. Morrison and husband to
Geo. L. Robinson, wd sei east M. K.
& T. Ry 23 28 18, $4,000.
S. W. Brewster Ex. to Jno. E. Og
den, ex d lots 4, 5 and 6 block 43 New
Chicago, $122.55.
Allen P. Mlttew and wife to Geo. T.
Bridges and F. A. Sauer, wd lot 8
block 36 New Chicago, $1,000.
S. L. VanSandt and wife to Homer
Hunt, qcd lot 23 block 4 Park Place
add to Chanute, $10.
Leanna.
Otis Smith sold 500 bushels of corn
to Andy Wisberg this week at 14 cents
delivered.
The school in the Grady district.Ed.
Taylor teacher will close Saturday of
this week.
Monday March 1st, 1897. Henry
Smith is moving to the Frank Ermey
place this week.
Miss Annie Mclntyre is staying with
Mrs. Ina Snodgrass this week, the lat
ter's family being sick.
Mrs. John McCracken is improving
rapidly under the tereatment of one
of Humboldt's physicians.
Larry Harding and Morris Mosby
were initiated into the mysteries of
the M. W. A. last Saturday night.
Percy Smith living six miles north
east of here, died last Friday and was
buried Saturday in the Leanna ceme
tery.
A disease resembling hog cholera has
broke out among the hogs of some of
our people, but it Is to be hoped that
It can be checked before it becomes an
epidemic.
Y. B. Richardson has a public sale
Thursday of this week, and we under
stand is agoing to remove to Colorado.
Mr Richardson is one of our oldest and
best citizens and we hate to lose him.
Our genial friend, E. E. Reed has
march on the old hens of his flock,
by purchasing an incubator and has it
already set for chickens. He has in
vited us to eat spring chicken with
him May 1st.
W. S. Joyce is the authorized cor
respondent and agent of Tns Times at
Leanna. Those desiring to subscribe
may do so through him. He will also
receipt you for any subscription you
may pay him.
Will Snodgrass returned to his home
in Butler county last Wednesday, but
he tDld us confidentially that he was
coming back soon, but we won't tell
why, but we'll bet his bachelor days
are about numbered, and we were the
cause of it all. ,
The well that one of the oil compan
ies put down last fall on II. A. Rich
ardson's farm, and pronounced a"dus-
ter" by the company has lately been
showing strong indications of gas and
burns readily when lighted. Men who
ought to know, claim that the finest
quality of oil sand was taken from the
well, and verily believe that the whole
valley is underlaid with oil.
We have carefully distributed the
sample copies of the Times sent) for
distribution, and would be glad to get
more subscribers. When the papers
arrlvd last Friday evening there was
oulte a crowd at the office, and all
were anxious to get a copy and spoke
In the highest terms of it. The Times
has come to stay and is all that a pa
per should be. Give us your name.
Shaw.
Tuesday, March 2, 1897. Lon Postle-
thwalte, accompanied by Walter Bark
ley, was circulating in this vicinity
the latter part of last week. Lon was
surrendering to the owners of land the
oil leases which were given to the For
est Oil Co. some time ago.
Thus far there are only twelve dl
vorce cases on the docket of the dis
trict court for next term. The honey
moon of one foreshadows the divorce
of another.
The population of Shaw has more
than doubled within the past year,
business of all kinds is better than ev
er before and more new buildings wll
be erected the coming season than in
any other year in the history of the
burg.
Mrs. Penower, of Scythia, Cal. ar
rived here yesterday on an extended
visit to relatives and friends in this
vicinity. It is said that her estate in
California of lands, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereto belonging is of
the value of over $50,000. .
Spliced: OrfThursday March 4th,
1897, at the residence of the bride's
son Link Browning, in Shaw precinct,
Mr. John Allstot and Mrs. Sadie Brow
ning. The ceremony was performed
by our popular Justice of the Peace
Ed Eckley. Mr. Allstot has been a
resident of tn is vicinity for the past
fifteen years and is known as an honest
straight-forward citizen. His bride is
recognized as a most amiable lady and
In every way worthy of the most com
pllmentary notice. The best wishes
of the entire community go with them
n their future relations. They will
move at once to lola where there
friends will at all times be welcomed
In life 'tis beat to have a mate
To love and help to keep us straight.
Young folks are smart and proud ; be sure
Tbey can't make old folks long endure
Their taunts and Jibes, its plain that wealth
And grit will take oare of itself.
Love laughs at locks, and throats of youth
When brains and grit join hands in truth.
St. Paul.
Wednesday March 3rd, 1897. Louie
Nathan of Springfield, Mo., spent Sun
day with his parents..
E. B. Park was over from Chanute
Sunday.
S. S. Warner had a new fence built
last week.
Claud Patterson was on our streets
last werk.
Finley Long was in Erie on business
last Wednesday.
Miss Minnie Sourbeer of Parsons Is
visiting in this city.
Miss Maggie' demons of Pittsburg is
visiting Miss Laura Ileffley. '
Frank Enloeof the Galesburg Enter
prise was on our streets Monday. "
Logan Hunter has returned to this
place as night operator for the M. K.
&T.
Mrs. L. D. Corning was called UGI-
rard by the illness of her mother Mrs.
litch.
Mrs. E. II. Crawford has gone to
Chetopa to visit her sister Mrs. Ben
Mouser. I
Miss Jessie Messinger and little
brother of Mo., are visiting friends in
this city.
T. II. Ashford went to Chanute last
Thursdaay where he Intends making
his home.
A party was given at the home of
Roy Pierce In honor of Miss Jessie Mes
singer last week.
Mrs. R. A. Brogan has moved her
drug store back to the store room oc
cupied by it some time ago.
Mr. George Brown and family have
moved from town onto the Pete Huff
man farm west of the city.
Miss Mamie McDougal ' and Mrs.
Ulbricht have gone to Galveston to
spend a few weeks with friends.
The Mabel Calhoun Dramatic Co..
played In the opera house last Saturday
night and will pray here again tomor
row night.
Alfred Pierce is papering and rain-
ting the inside of his barber shop, and
will soon have as neat a room as any
body in town.
The larger scholars of the nubile
school gave an entertainment at Koe-
(Continued on Inst page)
D. E. McClelland,
Real Estate, Loan
AAlnsurance Agent.
Notary Public.
Insurance written at lowest
xates, collections made and se
cured. Your patronage solic
ited. Office in Kramer block.
MU Winter MILLINERY
must be sold during the next '
4 TToolr 43 4
to make room for my
5PHIDG GOOD5.
Mrs. J. W. Xowey,
Go to J. Hudkins
FOB A
First class
Shave or
Hair Cut. '
Ladles hair dressing a specialty. Raz
ors honed and sharpened. First door
west of Times office, Chanttte, Kansas,
Aijiericai)
Labi)dri)l
- SOUTH MAUT STMST.
We do all kinds of work in our line on
short notice and guarantee first-class
work. Goods called for and delivered
V. T. SJilTH 1 SONS, Props,
W. H. PURDY
has opened up a
SHOE SHOP
on East 4th St., Opp. City Laundry.
He desires a share of
your patronage. ,
N. W. Henry & Co.
Real Estate,
Loan and
Insurance
Agents.
Will loan money on long or short time. Money
paid when papers art executed. First door
west of First National Bank, Chanute, Kansas.
Roomer's
-VA.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
Nice clean shop all kinds of
fresh and salt meats always
on hand. '
37. Xl-OOTTl ox.
H.B.Conklin,
Jpwplnr nnrl
uuiruuy unu
w OH I
siiverwarei
Eepairing a Specialty!
When in need of anything
in my line call and see me.
1st door east of Postofflce.
Cili) LaUi)driJ.
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We have opened a laundry on
East 4th street and are prepar
ed to do all kinds of laundry
work on short notice. We
make a specialty of short order
work. Give us a call,
oooooooooooo
8TEWJRT 1 CARROLL, Proprietor!.
NEW GOODS
for Early Spring Uses.
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Carpet Department.
2,000 yards of Straw Mattings at 12Lc
to 60c per yard. Choice new colorings and
strictly fresh made.
This is a good bargain come and see us.
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Seven different makes of
Standard Prints.
1,000 yards of dark percales, louisianes,
woolenettes, eastlake cheviots, etc., etc. in
great variety.
Gold Dust, Buffet
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
01xa.nvi.to,
The largest and best hand made five
For Sale
The
Boston
tore
is showing the most complete line of Spring
Dress Goods in the city. Also the most complete
line of
Laces and Embroideries,
Lace Curtains,Window shades,
Notions of all kinds and
Kid Gloves
in all the leading shades.
We are the acknowledged
Leaders
Mil
We are offering full standard prints at 4c per yd.
Outing Flannel 6c per yd. 36 inch new style
Dress Goods
in all the shades at 0o per yard.
Our Shirt Waists at 48c are a great Bargain
and well worth $1.25.
Gash Talks ,
and we save you at least 25 per cent on every
thing you buy.
For ToctrgtviocLS In
:iFTX3aJJITTDTEUE3
GO tO KOCH JBROS-, West 4th street
and Little Jewel
23C.an.scts.
cent cigar on the market.
at all Cigar Stands
in
Respectfully,
N. Dannefer.
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